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4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: For my freshman i year i chose to live in the dorms, and i am so glad i did! The floor atmosphere is amazing and it really helps you to build friend groups with guys in the hall. The rooms are quite spacious and i never felt cramped at all. Honestly i could truthfully say that i do not think there is any place better to live for your freshman year!

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Of course small dorms but it's good!

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I really enjoy living on campus because of the community it forms! I like being close to all of my classes and living with other girls. The only thing I do not particularly like about living in a dorm is all of the rules. I go to a private school so there are quite a few strict rules.

5 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Living on campus at Spring Arbor allows you to experience great growth as an individual as well as within a great community. The experience living on campus makes a great different both for events and classes. Knowing who is in your dorms or living areas is vital to maintaining good friends and knowing who else is in your classes and walking around on campus. Although you may not know everyone in your dorms name, you will know their face and be able to say "hi" and give them a smile when you see them around campus or in the dorms. Applying for housing is very simple on the student website as well as the form that you must fill out to live on or off campus. The best option for community is to live in the residence halls. There are multiple events and clubs set up within these as well as intramurals and floor bible studies.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: I enjoy living on campus because I feel more connected with the students here. There are a lot of events within the dorms that help us meet new people. Plus, the Resident Assistants and Resident Director are very kind and get to know all of the students. The dorms itself are very nice and spacious. I love the room. Plus, there are two lobbies in which I can hang out with my friends. The only problem I have is how strict they are on people who live on campus. They have strict rules on the opposite sex coming over to hang out. They are only allowed to visit during posted open hours. This is inconvenient to me because I have a boyfriend that I like spending time with, but there are limited places we can hang out because he isn't allowed in my room everyday, However, I deal with it because I love this school and commuting isn't an option for me, for I live over an hour away.


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